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post #406 of 988
Good to see the ForumHate isn't getting to you. It's just a mismatch in style between the posters here and what you like to wear.
post #407 of 988
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Originally Posted by mt_spiffy View Post
And if you have something negative to say about my daughter, you're just really evil.

What is with the fit of her sweatshirt around the shoulders? The drape is awful and the sleeves are way too long.

post #408 of 988
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
What is with the fit of her sweatshirt around the shoulders? The drape is awful and the sleeves are way too long.


Yes. In that first picture with the red/pink get-up, she is showing about 6 inches too much cuff, imo.
post #409 of 988
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Originally Posted by Luddite View Post
Spiffy...the worst dressed, with the best posts. Dude's ability to take flak, smile, and gently reply is astounding.
Very true. I could easily see myself having a pleasant conversion with mt_spiffy. That´s more than I can say of some who seem to be of the opinion that good clothes and good style go hand in hand. They usually don´t.
post #410 of 988
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Good to see the ForumHate isn't getting to you. It's just a mismatch in style between the posters here and what you like to wear.

This is what I was trying to prove before starting this thread. I dont have the same taste as the majority of people here. What we have in common is that I love clothes and take them very seriously. That's why I am a member here.
post #411 of 988
Man no offense, but you look terrible and unprofessional as I think this thread is a joke. Huge jackets,unwaisted ones, that square shoes taken from a Frankenstein Movie and that horrible knot and tie.. Still I haven´t seen a 4 button in ages...those fat jeans... You look as a bad raper or a poor american living from welfare... No offense but it´s my opinion. Have a look an a Corneliani catalogue or any european fashion magazine and see it by yourself! I won´t receive in my office any seller who looked so bad man, and I´m a directive! Is still a December 28th joke or you are named Glennie? If you ever come to Europe, please for yourself, don´t wear those jackets! Happy new year otherwise..
post #412 of 988
I'm a suit-for-four-days, blazer-on-fridays conservative business dress guy whose coloring outside the lines is restricted to brogued derbies with a sack suit. That said, I can't help digging some of what you're doing. It isn't my style, but it's definitely a style! It's clear you put thought and effort into the clothes. Happy new year.
post #413 of 988
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Good to see the ForumHate isn't getting to you. It's just a mismatch in style between the posters here and what you like to wear.

Let's not get carried away. This is an abomination.
post #414 of 988
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
Wow.

The churches actually do have a good reason to be tax exempt. First and foremost it allows free practice of religion to flourish. The state does not have any authority to regulate beliefs and smaller faiths are allowed to practice without the burden of taxes. Moreover, churches and places of worship are, tautologically, non-profits. Hence, they should be given the same tax status as non profits (your own biases against religions notwithstanding, and frankly, aren't worth even worth addressing).

to be tax exempt, the churches are not supposed to be involved in politics, which is not the case as we've seen in the passing of Prop. 8. the so-called biases that sheen has against religions are nothing biasing at all. If the churches are there to allow free practice of religion, then church ppl, not all of them, but a lot of them, should effing stop continuously imposing their ideologies on the state and on nonbelievers. Besides, there are countless examples of how religions served as the driving force of many evils -- ignorance, war, corruption, etc
post #415 of 988
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Originally Posted by Azure View Post
I won´t receive in my office any seller who looked so bad man, and I´m a directive!

Just as well he's not selling you anything and isn't after directions (?) ...
post #416 of 988
[quote=Azure;1603214
You look as a bad raper [/QUOTE]

Y'wot?
post #417 of 988
leave the guy alone. jesus
post #418 of 988
what's the purpose of this thread ?
post #419 of 988
I hope you take some of the constructive criticism to heart and think about it. You have a good frame but your clothes are very ill fitting with colours badly un-coordinated. The jackets have square unstructured shoulders, the jeans look bad and the colour matching is.....really bad! If you think you look good and the clothes fit well I think you will get a shock when you see these pics in 10 years' time.

At least try and get more fitted jackets and less grungy looking jeans and your whole appearance will be transformed. You have a good physique so you need to make the most of it - you're wasting good potential.
post #420 of 988
I admit I not only like this thread, I might find it useful. I'm tempted to try to pull off a somewhat similar style sometime, though probably more ESPN commentator than church musician. The actual constructive criticism in this thead would prove very useful.
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